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San Antonio Magazine

Monthly Wildlife Education Club and Volunteerism Club
San Antonio Magazine
Young Friends of Wildlife Club, Ages 8-12,. Membership dues: $20 a year. This exclusive opportunity will engage kids ages 8-12 with different monthly topics about wildlife rehabilitation, animal advocacy, conservation and age-appropriate volunteerism.



660 News

Baby raptor season at the Calgary Wildlife Rehabilitation Society
660 News
RCMP in Red Deer, Alta., take boys under 12 in custody after vandalism spree Aug 10, 2018, 9:15 PM Saskatchewan RCMP defends relationship with Indigenous people following lawsuit Aug 10, 2018, 7:45 PM He said he would always come home, says ...



Beaumont Enterprise

In a suburban apartment, nursing wildlife back to health
Beaumont Enterprise
A retired teacher, Bowers began volunteering six year ago, when Schubert was head of wildlife rehabilitation at the Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education's wildlife clinic. Schubert was fired this January, after 13 years in the role. The ...

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Cape Cod Times

Stories from our region's Blue Economy
Cape Cod Times
We rehabilitate and release stranded marine mammals and sea turtles in order to advance science and education in marine wildlife health and conservation. Our threefold mission – rehabilitation, science and education – uniquely meets Blue Economy goals.



Moose Jaw animal rehab preparing orphaned moose calves for life in the wild
CBC.ca
An animal rehabilitation centre in Moose Jaw has taken a pair of orphaned moose calves under its wing. Wild & Cared Free Wildlife Rehabilitation Inc. is a non-profit organization founded in 2009. They take in orphaned and injured wildlife with the goal ...

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York Dispatch

Pa. group nurses wildlife back to health in suburban apartment
York Dispatch
“I close my eyes when I do this, because eyes are of no help,” said Schubert, a certified wildlife rehabilitator of 21 years. He confirmed that the clavicle, scapula, coracoid, shoulder joint, and humerus were intact. “It's all sense of touch. Eyes ...

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In King of Prussia apartment, nursing wildlife back to health
The Times Herald
“I close my eyes when I do this, because eyes are of no help,” said Schubert, a certified wildlife rehabilitator of 21 years. He confirmed that the clavicle, scapula, coracoid, shoulder joint, and humerus were intact. “It's all sense of touch. Eyes ...



York Dispatch

In King of Prussia apartment, nursing wildlife back to health
The Times Herald
“I close my eyes when I do this, because eyes are of no help,” said Schubert, a certified wildlife rehabilitator of 21 years. He confirmed that the clavicle, scapula, coracoid, shoulder joint, and humerus were intact. “It's all sense of touch. Eyes ...
Pa. group nurses wildlife back to health in suburban apartmentYork Dispatch

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Citrus County Chronicle

Mother manatee and calf released in Homosassa after months of recovery
Citrus County Chronicle
“We didn't even know she had a calf at first because we just saw the mom,” park Wildlife Care Supervisor Tricia Fowler said before Monday's release. “He was very dehydrated because she was not producing the amount of milk needed to nurse him.”.



Woodlands Wildlife Refuge's Community Day slated for Sept. 16
NJ.com
On Sunday, September 16, from 1-5 p.m., Woodlands will hold its annual Community Day, offering the public a rare opportunity to visit one of New Jersey's foremost wildlife rehabilitation facilities. Due to the nature of its work, Woodlands is normally ...

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